All the focus for Oklahoma on Sunday seemed to be the 2018 class with the Sooners second junior day of the 2018 recruiting cycle.
But leave it to 2019 to steal the headlines. OU got on the board not once but twice Sunday afternoon with a couple of major wide receiver commitments from the state of Texas.
Allen (Texas) High’s Theo Wease and Richmond (Texas) Travis’ Arjei Henderson became the first members of OU’s 2019 class by announcing their commitments at the exact same time of 1:20 p.m. CST Sunday.
Wease, already a four-star by Scout for 2019, was accumulating offers from coast-to-coast and was also at OU’s initial junior day last month.
Henderson, not ranked just yet, will most likely be a name to watch as well for the 2019 cycle.
If anybody was wondering if the impact of Dede Westbrook winning the Biletnikoff Award might help in recruiting, wonder no more.
Outside wide receivers coach Dennis Simmons is showing he can produce with the talent on campus, and now he’s making sure he’s bringing the best of the best to campus.
There is a long ways to go before signing day 2019, but OU is off to one incredible start with the Wease and Henderson pledges.